Are you an experienced Commissioning Editor of non-fiction content? Do you have an interest in arts and visual culture? Our independent publisher client has an exciting opportunity to join their academic publishing list as a Commissioning Editor. This role will be to oversee their Visual Arts imprint and to help develop their academic division. This is a permanent, full-time role based at their London offices.
- Monitor, review and analyse the performance of the frontlist and backlist and ensure key business goals are met
- Research, commission and develop new books and book series to annual targets
- Develop market knowledge and collaborate with the Digital Resources division to commission and develop new digital products
- Coordinate peer review and market research to ensure quality of proposals and manuscripts
- Work with authors and internal teams to deliver effective and timely publishing outcomes
- Attend campus visits and sales conferences in the UK and internationally when required
Experience / skills required:
- Proven experience commissioning non-fiction content with a creative and commercial approach to list development, management and commissioning
- Team player with effective written and verbal communication skills
- Organisation, time management and problem-solving skills
- Good attention to detail and competent with publishing software systems
For further information, please apply online or email a CV and salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Parissa Bagheri
Tel: 0203 574 4431
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